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A male cat belonging to my extended family has been treated for urinary blockage.  The initial vet insisted that he had kidney stones obstructing the cat's ureters and recommended an operation.  After cutting open the cat, the vet found no stones or other foreign bodies blocking the urinary passages.  Then the cat spent close to two weeks recovering from the operation.  The vet (money money money).  
The cat is back home, but still has urinary problems, so for all the money tossed at trying to remedy the problem, the problems is still there.
I have my own story with vets in CM.  As far as I'm concerned the vet that I had spay my cat 1 year old cat who was in excellent health, killed it.  The vet (money money money).

So, are there any competent vets in CM who's main goal isn't personal wealth, but actually the care of pets.  And one who will accept the responsibility of a misdiagnoses and eat the cost if they either completely misdiagnose the problem, or kill the pet in the process of attempting to fix the problem.  Unreasonable?  I don't think so.  Professionals need to be held accountable.

So, any recommendations for competent, qualified vets who can handle a male cat's urinary issues? 

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We also used Ban Mha Ka Maew Animal Hospital Hospital and they do a good job.

Call ahead that you get the more experienced doctors, Dr. Chakkrit or Dr. Orn-Usa. They don't work all day long.

The clinic is open 23 hours.

Good luck!

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2 minutes ago, robertmueller said:

We also used Ban Mha Ka Maew Animal Hospital Hospital and they do a good job.

Call ahead that you get the more experienced doctors, Dr. Chakkrit or Dr. Orn-Usa. They don't work all day long.

The clinic is open 23 hours.

Good luck!

Thirded.

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What about the CMU small animal hospital?  They have professors that also see patients (animals).  How could there not be competent vets on the staff?

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Many people like Dr. Nook Animal Hospital, just off Chang Klan Rd. near the Shangri La hotel.  Dr. Nook recently performed surgery on Mr. Bitey, removing an amazingly-fast growing lump from his back that turned out to be cancer.  Mr. Bitey's liver function was compromised by the cancer, but has improved now thanks to meds and a special diet.  He has to return monthly for blood tests and adjustment of the meds and seems to like Dr. Nook, but not the ride over and even back home.  Complains the entire time.

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5 hours ago, OneZero said:

What about the CMU small animal hospital?  They have professors that also see patients (animals).  How could there not be competent vets on the staff?

CMU Small Animal Hospital is the best IMO. Lots of specialists available. Very difficult to see a Professor with the exception of the bone surgeon. They will consult if necessary. Almost all the good vets there have private clinics too. They are very experienced there and handle many difficult cases each day. Highly recommended.

 

The wife took all our pets to Ban Mha ka Maew for 15 years or so but after the most popular Mohr Aaa left about two years ago, we never returned.

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18 hours ago, FolkGuitar said:

We've used Ban Mha Ka Maew Animal Hospital  on Mahidol Road for the past 14 years. General medicine, minor surgery, etc. for our cat.  Always been happy with their care.

 

17 hours ago, robertmueller said:

We also used Ban Mha Ka Maew Animal Hospital Hospital and they do a good job.

Call ahead that you get the more experienced doctors, Dr. Chakkrit or Dr. Orn-Usa. They don't work all day long.

The clinic is open 23 hours.

Good luck!

 

17 hours ago, Thailand said:

Thirded.

Three time's charm.  I'll check into them.

Thanks much!

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On 2/4/2018 at 6:48 PM, NancyL said:

Many people like Dr. Nook Animal Hospital, just off Chang Klan Rd. near the Shangri La hotel.  Dr. Nook recently performed surgery on Mr. Bitey, removing an amazingly-fast growing lump from his back that turned out to be cancer.  Mr. Bitey's liver function was compromised by the cancer, but has improved now thanks to meds and a special diet.  He has to return monthly for blood tests and adjustment of the meds and seems to like Dr. Nook, but not the ride over and even back home.  Complains the entire time.

i have to agree dr nook very professional and fluent english

 

rick

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I moved my cats to Thong Lor Animal Hospital on the middle ring road east of Ruam Choke a few years ago and have feel I have gotten superb care for both of them.   

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2 hours ago, rickthailand said:

i have to agree dr nook very professional and fluent english

 

rick

Yes, I have witnessed Dr. Nook coo-ing over cats in at least three languages.  

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Always use Dr Nook now, after a total mishap at Ban Mha Ka Maew a few years ago.

 

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CMU Small Animal Hospital is where I take my kitties. Generous hours, loads of parking, and, most importantly, excellent care and at very reasonable prices -- no profit motive.

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